Outperforming a month of "Harry Potter 2" after a mere two weeks on Italo screens, "Christmas on the Nile" has usurped top rank at local wickets with the irresistible force of a naughty holiday habit.
Vanessa Parise's "Kiss the Bride" will kick off the fifth Sarasota Film Festival, which unspools Jan. 24-Feb. 2.
Viewers will see Oscar winners' tears of joy and losers' tight smiles in ever more excruciating detail this year, as the Academy Awards ceremony will be broadcast in high-definition TV for the first…
The Federal Trade Commission has launched a review of endorsement ad rules governing the way studios can use excerpted portions of film reviews to plug their pics.
Online movie-ticket seller Fandango has secured $15 million in funding from venture capitalists Technology Crossover Ventures. The money allows the company, owned in part by six of the biggest…
The American Society of Cinematographers has tapped film critic Roger Ebert for a special honor at its 17th annual ASC Outstanding Achievement Awards.
Warner Bros. has inked a $60 million package deal granting Teutonic rights trader Tele Munchen terrestrial TV rights to a range of movies, library titles and series.
Film orgs in Sweden, Denmark and Finland have announced nominations for their countries' national film awards.
A young filmmaker died from his injuries over the weekend after being buried by an avalanche while working in the interior of British Columbia.
Thesps Hugh Grant and Emily Watson are among around 1,000 new entries in the 2003 edition of "Who's Who," Blighty's bible of the rich and famous.
RealNetworks has announced that it is the first to offer anti-piracy technology that works not only with its own Internet streaming-media format but also with many of the international standards such…